How to decoupage furniture! Easy steps to use mod podge to add wrapping paper or scrap paper prints to your DIY furniture project! Great for inside drawers too! More painted furniture ideas by Refunk my Junk
Lovely little bird warm in his little feather coat, enjoys sitting in his berry-filled winter tree. This one of a kind work of art will put a smile on your face, even in the greyest winter days. NEW: This design is available now as a high quality lasercut as well! Check it out here: http://etsy.me/1RznVyz I love nature; birds, trees... I start my papercut by looking in several books and mixing several pictures with my own imagination. When Im finally totally happy with the design, I can…
This old tv unit I did last year no longer worked in my lounge so I've given it a paint with some aqua chalk paint, decoupaged with wallpaper (purposely wrinkling it to give it that crackled look) & finished with a dark wax & new handles to make a pretty storage unit for the bathroom
When you think decoupage, it might bring to mind magazine cutouts and crafty schoolgirl collages, but it’s actually a very simple technique that can yield sophisticated (and very grown-up) results. To revamp this table I decided to dust off my rusty decoupaging skills, and I have to say, it’s even easier than I remembered. Keep reading for my step-by-step guide to this major malachite makeover.